A second covert campaign against Judge Roy Moore is revealed, suggesting that voters need to up their media-literacy game, and fast.
The defeated Senate candidate's refusal to concede is no more preposterous than the claim that the president actually won the popular vote.
Novelist Lisa De Pasquale sees "politics as entertainment" and worries that Millennials are lost forever to the left.
The president wants the Alabama loser to concede. But using Trump's own (fake) voter-fraud math, he shouldn't.
A hazy memory, self-contradiction, and dubious debunking efforts helped seal the GOP Senate candidate's fate.
As partisan skepticism degenerates into media illiteracy, in-house media criticism devolves into pompous wagon-circling.
Are you listening Republicans? Even in your most-secure strongholds, the culture wars are over and you lost.
Final tally: 49.9 to 48.4 percent.
The Libertarian Party's write-in longshot, Ron Bishop, is also in the race. Bonus: a baker's dozen non-pedo reasons to dislike Roy Moore.
Just when you thought you couldn't like Moore any less.
Conservative apologia for Roy Moore and hostility toward his opponent are anchored on an issue individual senators are highly unlikely to impact.
Trump's endorsement and the RNC's renewed support coincide with a crescendo of self-contradiction.
A law signed by Alabama's Republican governor allows many ex-cons to return to the ballot box.
The president says he may campaign for the Republican Senate candidate, notwithstanding credible allegations of sexual assault.
Nick Gillespie, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Peter Suderman and Matt Welch discuss what's wrong with the GOP tax bill, Roy Moore, Al Franken, and Aquaman.
If the he is lying about courthouse chats and restaurant meals, he is probably lying about his alleged crimes too.
That is farther than some of his defenders are willing to go.
Under Alabama Law, Roy Moore's Alleged Encounter With a Teenager Is a Serious Crime With Lifelong Consequences
The Republican Senate candidate would still be paying for his actions four decades later.
The Alabama GOP's Awful Responses to the Roy Moore Sexual Assault Allegations Are Dead-End Partisanship At Its Worst
Jeff Flake wonders: Is this what the Republican Party has become?
If ever there were a would-be colleague who someone of even slight libertarian tendencies should be leery of, it is Roy Moore.
His version of Christianity is the spiritual twin of Sharia